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With time, as the distance in the present borderless world, the mindscapes of the young are changing faster. In this increasingly global environment, young peoples’ perspectives are changing at a faster pace than ever before. Young people with their aspirations, ideas and achievements are all confidently poised on the crest of a knowledge revolution that will determine their future. To do so effectively, and without conflict, they need to develop the skills to communicate and cooperate with an understanding and tolerance of other cultures and foster the spirit of internationalism.

 

Keeping in sync with the same, the school had been collaborating with the top most schools  across the Globe. Through our global programme and projects such as UKIERI,  International School Award, Teach a Man to Fish , and Face to Faith, we strive to create  a lasting impression on the minds of the young people about internationalism and global understanding, besides strengthening ties with countries like UK, China, USA, Japan, Australia, Sri Lanka, Mauritus, Jakarta and Singapore etc.

 

 

The ‘Vision’ of our school is to mould students to achieve global standards of excellence by widening their horizons of learning, opening new vistas and broadening their power to think. The school promotes collaborative work with its overseas partner schools in the global context.

 

We take pride in declaring that Indraprastha World School in its impressive odyssey of 15 years has attained the most prestigious International School Award for three consecutive years  and established connect with more than 20 schools across the globe.

 

 

Indraprastha Launches Foundation Preparation Pathways (FPP) Programme

“Education is for improving the lives of others.”

-Marian Wright Edleman

 

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Indraprastha WORLD SCHOOL believes in imparting the value based education which is in proportion to the school philosophy “TEACH EACH CHILD, DEVELOP WHOLE CHILD.” With the paradigm shift in education with the implementation of the New Education Policy 2020, the school has focused on the guidelines of providing an international platform by launching the partnership with New Zealand. For we believe that in the 21st century higher education and right choice of career plays a significant role in determining the quality of life one leads.

 

Foundation Prepraration Pathway ( FPP) Programme is one-stop chance to adapt to this new era and succeed in it with a horizon that incorporates these fields into its curriculum. With the scope of facilitating students to gain entry in to Top 3 leading universities of New Zealand: University of Auckland, AUT & Victoria University of Wellington. Indraprastha in collaboration with UP Education organized the FPP Launch Programme through the digital platform on Thursday, March 25, 2021 to apprise parents and enthusiastic young scholars with the exclusive New Zealand Foundation Programme.

 

The event was graced by the benign presence of the chief guest for the day Mr. Ben Burrowes, Regional Manager, Education New Zealand East Asia. The eminent educations from various universities of New Zealand;   comprising: Mr. Richard Kensingston (Principal- Academic Relations UP Education), Mr. Ganesh Koramannil(Chief Executive Officer iQuery Australia), Andrea McLeod-Karim, (International Regional Manager – Victoria University of Wellington), Ryan Gamon, (International Manager – University of Auckland)  and Marcel Fletcher (Regional Manager India & Subcontinent – AUT. The event was presided by Dr Rajesh Hassija , Managing Director and Madam Anupama Rana , Additional Director Indraprastha Schools. Besides, the event witnessed an overwhelming response from the Principals of Delhi and NCR to witness the launch ceremony as Indraprastha SCHOOLS became the pioneers of FPP programme in partnership with New Zealand.

 

The webinar commenced on the auspicious note with the sholka chanting followed by a power packed dance and sonorous musical composition symbolic of the partnership between the two countries. Thereafter, our revered Managing Director Sir, Dr Rajesh Hassija, in his address exhorted the relevance of this partnership in contemporary times and the high standards that Indraprastha School has attained in collaboration with infinite International projects across the globe. He congratulated the members of UP education and the management for launching the programme and aiding in giving bright and focussed future to the citizens of tomorrow.  

 

It was followed by highly informative session extended by Mr. Richard Kensington, Principal - Academic Relations UP Education and Mr. Ganesh Koramannil, Chief Executive Officer iQuery Australia. In sync with the same, to widen the horizon of students, parents and guests regarding the Foundation Programme,Ms. Shikha Arora, Principal, Indraprastha World School shared the action plan related to it. She highlighted the strategic key points on which team Indraprastha is working in order to implement FPP in order to ensure that this seamless transition of students from grade 10 and 11 is smooth and successful in every respect. The vital part of the session was the address by the representatives of the top 3 Universities. All the members elaborately shared the admission procedure to the top most universities of New Zealand and the courses offered by them. Their valuable information motivated lots of parents to share their experiences and their desire to allow their child to be a global and productive citizen in future.

 

The Chief Guest, Mr. Ben Burrowes, Regional Manager, Education New Zealand East Asia lauded the efforts of their management and wished them good luck for their endeavours to pay rich dividends. Finally, few parents clarified their queries and expressed their keenness in joining the programme through the questionnaire session. The launch ceremony culminated with the vote of thanks extended by Ms Urmimala Sudhakar, Additional Principal- Indraprastha International School. The event received an overwhelming response.